Judwaa 2 (2017)

33% – Critics
33% – Audience

Judwaa 2 Storyline

Rajiv Malhotra is returning to his home to be with his pregnant wife Ankita. On flight he befriends Charles unaware that he is a smuggler. Ankita gives birth to twin boys and Charles comes to congratulate him. But Rajiv comes to know bout him and calls the police in the mishap Charles runs away with one one of the twin. Police arrest him but he claims the kid died in a blast. Rajiv Malhotra shifts to London with Ankita and his son Prem for safety reasons where as the other twin is alive and grows up in the slum of Mumbai by the name of Raja. Will destiny bring the lost twins together someday ?

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Judwaa 2 Movie Reviews

Garbage !!!

20 years back David Dhawan made the comic caper Judwaa, which was illogical, but still a light entertainer with rib-tickling comedy scenes and good performances. Push forward button to 2017, Judwaa 2, made by same director, same premise, same scenes and even same background, yet to fails to deliver.

Judwaa 2 tells the story of twins who gets separated at their birth due to unusual circumstances and meet each other in their adulthood.

Sometimes I wonder whether Bollywood prepares any script before directing any film. Spending so much on location, songs and dance would not give inception of a good film unless script is thoroughly worked upon. There is no definition of Story, Script and direction tin Judwaa 2. The main drama unfolds in the later reel which again is intolerable with screenplay written by a school kid. Editing is horrible. The torture goes on for almost 2.25 hours. Art direction is good. Cinematography is nice. Songs are tuneful (again all the songs. baring one, is lifted straight from the original. Dialogues are less-impacting. Performances are over- top

Overall, a pathetic film in every sense. Poor- 1/5

Double Is Indeed Trouble!

A remake of the beloved 1997 Hit Judwaa starring an endearing Salman Khan in dual roles, Director David Dhawan, who helmed the original, has made a remake of his own hit, but only this time, the magic is missing!

‘Judwaa 2’ Synopsis: Prem and Raja (Varun Dhawan in dual roles) are twin brothers who are seperated at birth but are uniquely connected to each-other via their reflexes. They reunite as adults and set out to take down the underground smuggling world.

Though a box-office success, ‘Judwaa 2’ is low on laughs and logic. Varun goes all-out & delivers a slapstick performance, but ends up overdoing it often. But. at least he tries & remains committed all through. He is, undoubtedly, the sole saving grace.

The rest of ‘Judwaa 2’ is woman getting spanked by its heroes, sometimes, even kissed without their consent & the rest involves some prolonged action-sequences where the bad-guys get beaten up to a pulp.

This is a lazy film, that only entertains in bits. Varun Dhawan surely has a long career ahead, but this film isn’t his best.

Please, don’t activate in your DVD Player! It wasn’t wonderful! No twin magic can save this Bollywood film. This movie was awful!

Identical twins has always show up far more frequently in movies than fraternal. The reasons, why, identical twins are so popular in cinema, is because how visually striking, they are. They add symmetry, symbolism and sometimes comedic moments to any story. However, if not use right, they come across, unoriginal and gimmicky. “Judwaa 2” is one such example. Loosely based on the Jackie Chan’s Hong Kong action film 1992’s ‘Twin Dragons’. The sequel/reboot directed by David Dhawan follows the same tiresome formula of Dhawan’s original movie, 1997’s ‘Judwaa’; which in turn is a remake of the 1994’s Telugu film, ‘Hello Brother’; by having two brothers, rowdy, Raj and nerdy, Prem Malhotra (Varun Dhawan in a dual role) find each other in a series of badly pace & edited, comedy of errors & sometimes unrelated filler hijinks, after being separated at birth, when an international crime had occurred. Along with over the top & unrealistic, illogical unbelievable coincidences like a loose soccer ball hitting an amnesiac, four twins with all the same names, meeting at the same time at a hotel or an oddly time, fist fight at a very well-known ivy college, it also comes the same type of dumb crass humor & unfunny slapstick that the original film, had; out of place, musical numbers, and awkward fake-looking slow motion, wire work, action scenes with cartoony sound effects like the offensive fight in Lord Ganesha’s temple that can make any audience member, cringe in pain. If that wasn’t enough, the film also has a jarring off and on simultaneously dual body-reflex that the twins can share whenever the script, ask for it. It’s really awful as there are scenes in the film, where it is activated, yet the two twins don’t share the same reaction to physical pain or body language. Unfortunately, the low brow comedy gets even worst, with its offensive sexism overtones. It demeans and objectifies women, big time. Apparently, it’s alright to slap total stranger’s derriere & rub against the domestic help, whenever you feel like it, as long as it play off, as laughs; which is all wrong. The normalization of sexual harassment is hard to watch. All these vulgar outdated characteristic should’ve just stayed in the 90s. The film also depicts the women of the film as nothing, but sexy love-interests. Actresses like Taapsee Pannu as Samaara and Jacqueline Fernandez as Alishka Bakshi, really don’t do much, but look pretty. Their characters are very shallow. As for the leading man, Varun Dhawan. He was alright in the role, but, much of his performance suffers from overacting. Nevertheless, it wasn’t as annoying as the supporting cast. Listening to supporting performers like Rajpal Yadav as Nandu, whine all the time, made my ears, bleed. If that wasn’t enough, the movie has two highly pervert characters in Balraj Bakshi (Anupam Kher), Alishka’s father & his unnamed assistant/brother in law, (Atul Parchure) whom are a little too involve in Alishka’s relationship. Whenever, they were, on screen, spying; it was very cringe worthy. I felt like I was going to vomit. Another problem with the movie, is its racism fairness overtones. Like other Bollywood films, there was very few dark-skinned Indians in this comedy. It really didn’t represent the whole of India, at all. Most of the dark skin characters were extras or clumsy side characters, such as Inspector Kuldeep Dhillon (Pavan Malhotra) & Passport Guy (Johnny Lever) who has little to do. As for British performers, they barely use them, besides Donna Preston. So, there was really no reason to set the piece in the United Kingdom. Nevertheless, I do give it props for using some of the London locations & words from the English language to make the settling, stand out more, due to the lack of English performers. Other praise, I’m willing to give, is the fact that the songs in the film, like ‘Tan Tana Tan’ and ‘Oonchi Hai Building’ were fun to listen to, even if the musical numbers doesn’t match, with what’s happening much of the rest of the movie. Even, the film score was not that bad to hear. Some of them, can even become, my phone ringtone. Although, the music is alright, overall, the terrible overweigh the goods. A terrible dated comedy made from some very nepotism people. It’s represent everything wrong with Bollywood. Don’t bother watching it. Avoid the film at all cost, as if, it’s an evil twin. It totally not worth finding.